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Yep, your'e right the (s) shouldn't be there. However it still works with the (s)??? Don't ask me why!
I read in a post doing a supersearch that if you don't supply the expire, the session would expire when the browser window is closed. This doesn't seem to be true, or it is true and my application always gives me the same sessionid.
It sure feels like it always gives me the same session id. I use the name() function to shorten the "CGISESSID" name variable to just "sid", because if a user doesn't have cookies activated I can send the sessionid with a name of my choice like this:
# get sessionid for querystring if ($q->cookie('sid') ne $session->id()) { $tmpl->param(sid => "&sid=".$session->id()); }
Do you have any clue how to prevent the same sessionid to be set?

In reply to Re^2: always logged in with CGI::Session by boboson
in thread always logged in with CGI::Session by boboson

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